A collection of special collaborative projects & commissioned design projects with the artist Zeke's Lunchbox.
Commissioned T-shirts for Australian fitness company Rollerfit. The business commissioned artist Zeke's Lunchbox to make custom artwork inspired by the 70s and roller disco.
Commissioned artwork posted for playwright Emily Sheehan for the Sydney Theatre production Daisy Moon.
"Bright eyed and eccentric 14-year-old Daisy Moon is President and Founder of the Bateman’s Bay Little Monsters Fan Club. She holds her club meetings inside the dusty beachside bus stop on her front lawn. She’s the club’s only member. "
Performance Dates: 15-25 November 2017, at The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre
Hero Image commissioned by fitness podcast. Several variations of the artwork will feature across all their podcasting platforms.
Commissioned artwork posted for playwright Emily Sheehan for the Sydney Theatre production Hell's Canyon.
“Sometimes there are things you can’t forget about, even when you try. Walking home, or in line at the canteen, or when we were making out before. They smack you right in the face. Right outta nowhere. I don’t know what’s so wrong about remembering.” – Hell’s Canyon
WINNER: 2015 Rodney Seaborn Award
SHORTLIST: 2016 Patrick White Award
Performance Dates: 1-11 August 2018, Old 505 Theatre
Bringing landscape, vibrancy and abstraction together this artwork aims to encourage local viewers to be captured by the saturation of colour and view the artwork as a mirror to the local community. The abstract elements act as a birdseye view of the Sydney harbour with the coral coloured dots acting as landmarks in the space.
Using pop surrealism as a signature of Zeke’s Lunchbox, the artist uses this style with the plants to pay homage to the local flora. The rendered blue and green plants emulate symbols and icons of Australia. The tree immitates the brittle minimal elements of a gum tree, and the blue coral a sublte tip to the Sydney Habour Bridge.
Commissioned by the Lane Cove council organised by Fostered Sydney, 2017.
Waft & Sail
As part of The Diamonds Unleashed Wearable Art Exhibit for Miami Art Basel 2016. Artist Zeke's Lunchbox was invited to paint the iconic Norma Kamali "All in One Dress". The dress was later auctioned off for charity.
Monochromatic artwork commissioned by creative agency, Wild Minded.
"When I thought of the word “wild” I instantly had an image that I wanted to create. Elements of deep forests came to mind with rich fauna and a composition that is abundant and vivid. I think the artwork definitely captures a sense of wanderlust and the unknown."
The Zeke's Lunchbox X Personail collab in 2016 presents a psychedelic, vibrant and unique nail strip collection. The 'High AF' collaboration includes six rare Zeke designs which include glow in the dark eggs!
Artwork and design commissioned for Surfing World Magazine in 2017. Artwork is inspired by the Australian bush, and 90s kids novels The Babysitters Club.
Rollerfit is a local Australian fitness company. The business commissioned artist Zeke's Lunchbox to make custom artwork inspired by David Bowie and roller disco. The design was featured on patches and t-shirt.
Textiles print commissioned by Australian indie brand, DGTL LUXE. The artist created two textiles prints for the label which ran for two collection, one in full colour, the other in a monochrome palette.
Colour Me Queens
Colouring book of local Sydney drag queens in collaboration with makers, Spunky Bruiser and Soto Smith. Publication ran alongside the 2016 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Let's Create Something Magical
Let's Create Something Magical is a adult colouring book by US based creatives, Weird Destiny. The book is comprised of artists from across the globe who all share in a similar aesthetic. Zeke was approached to contribute to the colouring endeavour.